In celebration of Pinoy Life's 4th year anniversary on the air, we would like to invite everyone to join us during our LIVE show broadcast at Radio 3 RTHK Broadcasting House on May 28th Sunday, 4:00-6:00pm.
We have lots of entertainment in store for everyone, including our highlight of the program, TAGISAN SA AWITAN NG OFW, a singing contest for Overseas Filipino Workers, live performances, and comedy & drama skits from different Filipino organisations. We also have special guests, Phliippine Consulate Labour Attache Mr. Jalilo Dela Torre, Friends International Magazine editor-in-chief, Mr. Arnold Gorospe and multi-award winning singer and actress, Ms. Penny Salcedo.
Hope to see you there!
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This week on Letter to Hong Kong, Civic Party legislator Dennis Kwok comments on the Legco investigation panel into the Chief Executive and the UGL case.
Sunday Escape: This Sunday the Pop Fugitives will be joined in the studio by some of the members of the Chinese University of Hong Kong's Chorus. They'll be talking about their upcoming concert, The Choral Music of Ng Cheuk-yin.
Then they'll be geeking out about the resurgence of vinyl records with Nick, of Vintage Vinyl Hong Kong. He'll be talking about upcoming sells and picking a few of his personal favourites to play. You'll no doubt find Paul and Carolyn trying to work out whether he has any gems they would like to get their hands on!
There will of course also be their album of the week, alongside a heap of other new music, plus what's in the box set and biscuits!(Sundays, 9.30am-1pm)
On Monday's Backchat, keeping track. A group including some legislators is proposing an archive law that would make Government keep proper records of what it does and why. When the Administration moved to Tamar, millions of documents were destroyed - but what difference does it really make? Who would use an archive except some nosey historians? Carrie Lam promised such a law - could this be the first draft? After 9.20, more problems with the Macau bridge. (8:30-9:30am, call in on 233 88 266, email email@example.com or text 6393 5925)
On Thursday, China's new cybersecurity law comes into effect. Joining Monday's Money Talk to discuss the implications for foreign companies based in China is Scott Thiel, Partner at DLA Piper. We shall also review the main business headlines from over the weekend with Alex Wong of Ample Capital and Nitin Dialdas of Mandarin Capital. (8am-8.30am, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, text to 63 93 59 25 )
In the last few programmes on Money Talk Xtra we’ve focused on keeping spending under control, budgeting and sensible investment and saving decisions. Over the next few weeks we’re going to focus on the income side of the equation. We’ll look at ways to boost your earnings, career changes, how to start a business and we’ll also talk to some of Hong Kong’s best known entrepreneurs to hear their stories.
This Saturday morning we’re going to offer advice on finding your first job, discuss how to make a career change later in life and also look at getting back into work after a period of unemployment. Jimmy Lam helps a student Money Talk Xtra listener in his job search. And in our investment segment, I’ll discuss sustainable or socially responsible investing.
If you have any questions or suggestions for topics you would like discussed in the programme or if you’d like to be our featured listener one week and have an expert provide you with advice on your personal financial situation then please email email@example.com We’re also on Facebook, where you can listen to this programme again and find information and links to useful resources. You’ll find us at Money Talk Xtra on RTHK Radio 3. (Saturdays, 8.30am-9.00am)
On Monday May 1st, a Backchat Special - "For Better or Worse? 20 Years of the SAR". How has Hong Kong fared since 1997? Is there a new identity for our city? Do young and old see things differently? Is the colonial mentality still real?
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